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JV Media Design, One of the Leading Web Design Firms in the Pacific Northwest

(Original Press Release)

The top firms were selected based on over a dozen factors including company experience, client references, industry recognition, and market presence.

clutch top web design firm

WASHINGTON, DC, April 16, 2015 — Today Clutch published an update identifying leading web design and web development firms based in the Pacific Northwest.  The research leverages the proprietary Leaders Matrix methodology, mapping each firm’s focus on web design, web development and E-commerce development against their ability to deliver world-class results for their clients.… Continue Reading

The Decline of Creativity in E-mail Scams

My years of dealing with the internet have given me a rather odd hobby. I like to read and critique e-mail spam, especially the kind that try to get me to do something remarkably stupid. If that makes you curious and tempts you to visit your spam folder, I have just one thing to say.… Continue Reading

Illustration in Vintage Album Covers

One of my favorite things to do is look at vintage design and illustration to gain new inspiration and to see what’s been done in the past in the realm of graphic design and illustration.

During a recent outing to a bunch of local thrift stores while sifting through vintage record albums I noticed that a whole lot of them included original illustration or artwork.… Continue Reading

Old school on the web…

I recently came across a bunch of old Geocities screenshots lying around in a folder on my computer. I wanted to unearth these gems and share them with a wider audience. Sometimes it’s good to look back on what came before  – mostly so that we don’t repeat horrible mistakes, but also to get a reference point.… Continue Reading

Too Many Experts and Not Enough Amateurs?

There’s a hole in the web and I wonder if it’s being noticed. For a few weeks, I’ve been doing random, but general, Google searches, for the first time in about two years. Usually, I dash in, grab the information I need, and get out fast, rather than spend time browsing.… Continue Reading